- 17:30 - 20:00
- Gareth Stace, UK Steel
- Leeds University Business School, Maurice Keyworth Building, Lecture Theatre G.02
- Who can attend:
- University of Leeds staff, students, alumni and external guests who have an interest in the topic
Gareth Stace, Director
Please revisit this page closer to the date of the event for more detailed information.
|17:30||Registration in the Business School foyer|
|18:00||Presentation followed by Q&A in the lecture theatre (G.02)|
|19:00||Networking and refreshments in the Business School foyer|
For further information, please contact Rhys Gillard at R.Gillard@leeds.ac.uk
About the speaker
As Director of UK Steel, Gareth ensures that the organisation plays a key role in promoting the future success of steel in the UK, as well as highlighting the significant challenges that the sector currently faces. UK Steel is at the heart of the steel sector debate, as the key unified voice of the industry. To ensure that the sector is outward looking, we bring members and supply chains together to seek new challenges and commercial opportunities for the sector.
Gareth began his career in manufacturing before, first representing the milk processing industry on environment and climate change and then joining EEF in 2007, as Head of Climate & Environment Policy. Gareth led EEF’s work on a broad range of environment policies that affect the UK manufacturing sector, with a clear focus on the steel sector.
Gareth also chairs the Manufacturers’ Climate Change Group, which represents carbon intensive sectors, including cement, ceramics, glass, paper, steel and chemicals. He also chairs the BEIS Green Economy Council Energy Intensive Industry Sub Group, Gareth graduated from Kings College London with a degree in Environmental Science and is a full member of the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment.